Law Office of Thaddeus Betz, LLC
Free Consultations
Call 541-728-0852
Free Consultations Call 541-728-0852
Achieving Results

Defense For Drug Charges In Bend, Oregon

Drug crimes cover an array of charges, including drug distribution, trafficking and illegal possession. Being arrested or investigated for a drug-related offense can feel invasive and have a negative effect on your career and reputation. If you or a loved one is charged with a drug-related offense, you want to take immediate action to mitigate any negative consequences. When you contact the Law Office of Thaddeus Betz, LLC, attorney Thaddeus Betz will carry out an investigation, gather evidence and defend your rights.

Aggressive Defense For Federal And State Drug Offenses

Across the United States, drug laws are rapidly changing. However, if you are charged with a drug-related offense in Oregon, your freedom and reputation may be in jeopardy. As your lawyer, Thad will analyze all aspects of your case while attempting to pressure the prosecution’s burden of proof. He will use his experience and understanding of the legal system to negotiate a favorable outcome in your case. If an agreement cannot be reached, Thad will aggressively defend your interests through trial. Attorney Thaddeus Betz has the experience and in-depth knowledge necessary to handle drug cases related to many different drugs, including:

  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • Club drugs like ecstasy
  • Heroin
  • Prescription medications

Don’t Let Drug Charges Derail Your Life

In criminal matters, time is of the essence. Take immediate action toward building a strong defense by contacting the Law Office of Thaddeus Betz, LLC. With experience representing thousands of people charged with offenses ranging from possession of marijuana to cocaine charges, sexual abuse and murder, Thad will help you navigate the legal process.

Contact our Bend law office by dialing 541-728-0852 or fill out a contact form to schedule a free and confidential case evaluation.

Practice Areas 

Tell Thad About Your Case